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Ratings
Artistic production value of shows
9
Company management
8
Accessibility to basics
Groceries, drug store, restaurants
8
Surrounding nightlife activity
7
Housing
7
Quality of theater building
9
Overall experience
9

This theater provides...

  • Car? Yes
    Shared
  • Single-room occupancy? Yes
  • Shared kitchen? Let us know!
  • Shared bathroom? Let us know!
  • Laundry? Yes
  • Gym membership? Yes
    Sometimes
  • Meals? Let us know!

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  • Last employed by this theatre in October 2014, and made roughly /week
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    The theatre is amazing, an incredible in the round space with really nice staff and facilities all around. The administration however is VERY disorganized, and the box office is as well. They still use a paper system and it was always a mess when friends and family got tickets. It is also NOT favored nations, even if they say it is. That said it was a wonderful experience. The housing is at an Extended Stay America in the middle of an empty business park. Nothing close by and the facility itself leaves a lot to be desired. It is also used as a halfway house for recovering drug addicts. It's not the best to be honest. Shared cars were fine. Would definitely work there again for the right show. Everyone is super nice but the whole place could use a shake up in mgmt.
  • North Shore is great! I have worked there the last two summers and have loved it. The pay is decent ($750ish/min). The housing is ok, but definitely nothing fancy. It's a decent treck to the theatre from the housing as well, but they provide you with cars that you share with 2 or 3 other castmates. The area is absolutely gorgeous! I highly recommend this theatre, and consider them a theatrical home for me.
  • Last employed by this theatre in May 2007, and made roughly $800/week
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    I had a blast working at this theatre in 2007, it was a really positive experience. The only downside for me was the housing but I believe they have since changed it.
  • Last employed by this theatre in May 2007, and made roughly $800/week
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  • Last employed by this theatre in November 2000, and made roughly $600/week
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    This theatre has closed and reopened since I worked there so long ago. I am happy to see this. I had a wonderful experience there so I can only hope things are similar this time around.
  • Love it.
  • One of the only theaters in the round left in the country. A great experience to perform with people all around you.
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